Another example is of Paul’s honour towards Herr Keller. Despite their relationship beginning with a rocky start, he begins to see him not as a villain, but as a god. As it continually developed Paul put in even more work and ‘would play till my hands ached.’ Although his career failed, Keller taught Paul that through dedication, goals can be
Humanities Sabrina Huaraque Ender’s Game essay 10/14/2012 “ In the moment when I truly understand my enemy understand him well enough to defeat him, then in that very moment I also love him” * Ender Wiggins Through out the stretch of Ender’s Game, Ender is obviously very logical in his decision making and his leadership style but I believe that what makes him such a good leader is his ability to lead with a heart. To think his decisions though considering how they will affect the people around him. Also through the book he learns to care for people and do everything in his power to help them. For example while training Bean, Ender pushes him as far as he knows bean can go but at the same time he truly care for Bean’s well being.
The Ropes: “The Sincerest Form of Flattery” In chapter six of The Ropes, Stanley faces a new and different challenge that he must overcome. In this chapter, his boss, Kerry, is, “a stickler for detail and intolerant of incompetence.” Kerry is able to enforce this belief because of his tremendous knowledge and expertise. While working for Kerry, Stanley makes a mistake in front of a group of clients and Kerry quickly corrects him in an abrasive manner. Although Kerry publically embarrassed Stanley during the meeting, Stanley used the incident as a learning point in order to improve his own technical knowledge. Because Stanley admires Kerry, Stanley seeks to emulate his behavior; however, Stanley is unable to replicate Kerry’s power leaving
Matt’s relationship with Tam Lin and El Patrón shows how father figures can have a heavy influence on a child’s action, resulting in an overall change in their future behaviors. The two men taking up fatherly roles in the novel illustrate their similar traits to Matt through their actions. Both men appear to care for Matt deeply, treating Matt as if he matters and is not simply a clone to be used. Similarly, they also give him a sense of strength, continuing to shape Matt’s young mind. Their care gave Matt a form of stability, forming his character and keeping him from becoming someone like Tom, a young man who has received no love and positive attention.
Simon lost his life because of his act of kindness and heroism. Simon and my ideas are very much alike and I believe Simon is a real true hero. Simon and Doodle are alike because they are both disabled, and they are both work hard for the things that they want in life. They also teach lessons and morals to the people closest to them. Doodle’s brother and Joe compare because Doodle and Simon both depend on these boys for things.
Every time Toph is talked about in the book the sense of adoration lingers as Eggers tells his story. His brother who he raised is his main pride. Eggers had practically shaped and modeled him. There is also admiration for youth in general. Eggers seem a bit scared to grow old.
Despite their difference in social classes, they are practically brothers. 3. “There is no act more wretched than stealing, Amir” (18) This quote from Baba describes a side of his personality. He is a strict man, but teaches valuable lessons to Amir. He is wise and experienced.
The book depicted Chris McCandless as moody, sensitive, smart, hardworking, persuasive, determined, and very resourceful; these qualities are evident from very young age. The book also painted a picture of a young man at odds with his family and conflicted by the opportunities his upper middle-class status has afforded him. He was acutely aware of those who were less fortunate them himself, and he attempted to know that world and to encourage his peers to know that world. Though McCandless seemed to value the friendships and relationships he built after embarking on his journey, this was inconsistent with his ability to sever all ties with those with whom he had previous lifelong relationships. McCandless also struggled with his desire to go to and exist in the Alaska wilderness, and the reality that he might not
He also learns a lesson about humility in the process. Miss Maudie is proud of her neighbor, and she recognizes his value to the community. Bob Ewell and others don’t like him because he is defending a negro. i. Atticus as a father: Atticus is a father because he cares, loves, protects, and teaches his children. ''If you'll concede the necessity of going to school, we'll go on reading every night just as we always have.
This story has shown many sides to brotherhood. It has shown the angry side that brings out sadness and rage. It has shown the understanding side when the brothers finally begin to learn about each other and the lives they lead. It also shows a progressive side that brings out love and trust between brothers that are willing to work to make each other better people. Sonny’s Blues has a good moral about family and how it is the most important thing we have got.